• UN Special Envoy for Syria Expresses Concern over Escalation in Southern Syria

    Geneva, The United Nations Special Envoy for Syria, Geir Pedersen, said he is deeply concerned about the increase of hostilities and escalation in southern Syria, which has been witnessing heavy shelling and intense clashes that left civilian casualties and damage to civilian infrastructure, forcing thousands of civilians to flee from Daraa al-Balad area. During the […]

  • Wall Street Closing

    New York, U.S. stocks moved modestly higher at the end of Thursday’s trading session. The Dow Jones industrial average was little changed, rising 14.88 to 35,499.85. The broader S&P 500 index rose 13.13, or 0.3 percent, to 4,460.83. The technology-heavy Nasdaq composite index rose 51.13, or 0.4 percent, to 14,816.26.   Source: Saudi Press Agency

  • Saudi Stock Exchange Main Index Ends Trading Lower at 11,323 Points

    Riyadh, Saudi Stock Exchange’s main index ended trading lower here today, losing 1.40 points to close at 11,323.70 points. The total value of the trading reported was SAR 8.5 billion, while the toll of shares traded was more than 220 million, divided into over 65,000 deals. The Saudi Parallel Equity Market Index (NOMU) ended the […]

  • FAHMI MEETS LEBANON’S AMBASSADOR TO SAUDI ARABIA

    Caretaker Minister of Interior and Municipalities, Brigadier General Mohammed Fahmi, on Wednesday welcomed in his office, Lebanon’s Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Fawzi Kabbara, whereby they discussed the measures taken to resolve the export crisis from Lebanon to Saudi Arabia.   Source: National News Agency

  • MOH Records 751 New COVID-19 Cases, Stresses Importance of Taking 2 Doses of the Vaccine to Prevent Mutations

    The Ministry of Health (MOH) has reiterated the continuation of compliance with precautionary measures, as well as completing two doses of COVID-19 vaccine to prevent the fast-spreading Covid-19 variants.   According to MOH’s latest statistics, 751 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the Kingdom over the past 24 hours; thus bringing the total […]

  • Tabuk: 45,000+ Patients Served by Al-Bad‘ General Hospital Last Year

    According to Tabuk Health Affairs, over the past year, Al-Bad‘ General Hospital has served 45,430 patients, with 27,612 emergencies, 17,818 outpatients, in addition to 974 inpatients.   Also, the hospital has performed 99 surgeries, one-day surgeries, 199 birth cases, 7,837 radiological examinations, and 137,642 lab tests.   Source: Ministry of Health

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